Netflix 'Control Z' Season 2: Release date, cast, plot, spoilers of Mexican teen drama
Netflix 'Control Z' centers around the fallout of a hacker releasing students' secrets and Season 2 promises to be worth the wait
It's taken all the control fans of the Mexican teen drama 'Control Z' could muster to wait for the second season of the show after an exciting Season 1 finale where lives were on the line and secrets were spilled. However, the show which centers around the fallout that occurs when a hacker begins releasing students' secrets to the entire high school will soon be back on Netflix.
Season 2 of 'Control Z' premieres on Netflix on August 4.
Air time and how to watch
Season 2 of 'Control Z' begins streaming on Netflix at 3 am EST on June 4. You can also watch the series by signing up for the platform’s free trial. Apart from that, viewers can also opt for different subscription plans provided by the streaming giant. A premium plan that allows more people to watch the service on different screens simultaneously costs $18 per month. Meanwhile, the basic US plan costs $9 per month.
The official Netflix synopsis of Season 2 states: "It’s a new semester at el Colegio Nacional, and it seems like everyone has all but forgotten Luís. That is until an unknown person takes over Luis’s social media and starts threatening revenge on those who made his life a living hell. Once again, it’s up to Sofía to figure out who the culprit is, as each act of revenge escalates and changes our characters’ lives forever."
Ana Valeria Becerril
Prior to starring in 'Control Z', Ana Valeria Becerril is best known for her role in the film 'April's Daughter' in which a pregnant 17-year-old decides to keep her condition to herself. She is also known for her roles as Eva in 'Mi novia es la revolución' and as Lucy in 'Muerte al verano.'
Prior to his role on 'Control Z', Yankel Stevan is best known for his roles as Santiago on the series 'Sincronía' and Baldo Turrubiates in the telenovela 'Papá a Toda Madre'. Yankel has also worked with Tom Holland on an advertisement for a movie theater chain during the release of 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'.
Prior to his role on 'Control Z', Mexican actor and singer Michael Ronda was known for his performances in films such as 'Bacalar' which centers around two 12-year-olds who while pretending to be detectives one day accidentally catch a gang of animal traffickers on video. He is also known for his roles as Poncho in the television series 'Como dice el dicho' and his portrayal of Simon Álvarez on the Disney Channel Latin America series 'Soy Luna'.
The trailer of the second season shows a montage of the show's characters grappling with the effects of their secrets being spilled. The message is if you try to bury the past it ends up burying you.
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